The competition on America's Got Talent is tougher than expected as more talented performers are getting eliminated each week. But among all, the semi-finals round on Tuesday was the most painful goodbye yet, as seven out of the twelve incredible acts were sent home. Some were the judges favorite as well, which left the judges stunned.
The night was full of suspense, tears, and heartbreak, but along with the people who were disappointed with the results, some individuals were happy as well.
With his hilarious joke about the difficulties of being single and by roasting the host Tyra Banks, the stand-up comic Preacher Lawson was the first performer to find out he was moving on to the next round of the show, earning him a standing ovation from the judges.
The second contestant to secure the votes needed to make progress to the finals was the 12-years old ventriloquist, Darci Lynne Farmer. She is the Golden Buzzer of Mel B, and since then she has won the heart of many. On Tuesday, she performed the cover of Aretha Franklin's"(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," which gained more love and appreciation.
The third incredible act to reserve the seat for the final spot was Sarah Carson and her amazingly trained collie, Hero. The impressive Baywatch-inspired act that Carson managed to pull off in only six days left people a struck.
13-years-old Evie Clair was one of the acts in danger of elimination, announced at the start of the show. However, her journey of AGT didn't end as she was able to secure her position to final. Her heart touching story about learning to sing to comfort her father during his battle with cancer won the heart of many people.
Finally, the singer-songwriter Chase Goehring was able to secure the last spot of the night as he earned the Golden Buzzer during the Judge Cuts round after the judges voted for him over magician Eric Jones. By his original emotional song, he was able to wow the judges on Tuesday.
Despite Jones impressive close-up magic, he was unable to secure his place to the finals. Similarly, the New York City-based subway busker Mike Yung was also eliminated following with Danell Daymon and his gospel choir, Greater Works.
The night's most shocking moment was when season's most loved singers Johnny Manuel and Yoli Mayor were called to the front of the stage and were told that their journey has come to an end. The judge Simon Cowell was stunned by this elimination.
Well, the night was full of other surprises as rollerblading brother and sister daredevils Billy and Emily England who performed a jaw-dropping performance didn't make it to the finale.
Quite an unexpected result, but who went through the finals deserve every applause and everyone who were eliminated as well. Nobody left a loser.